ABC Soaps may head Online
A pair of ABC soaps that were canceled may go on to new life on the Internet. ABC licensed "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" in a deal allowing their stories to continue beyond their broadcast termination. Prospect Park is the company that acquired both of the programs which ran for 40-years on television. There was no announcement of when the shows might resume or if the actors were retained. "All My Children" ends on the ABC lineup after September and "One Life to Live" goes away in January.
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